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THURSDAY 21 a
I The Buslness (BBCZ) 7.30—8pm. The decision by a Decca executive to pass on The Beatles has gone down in history as an all time bad call. But how about the Timex guy that couldn’t see Swatch watches catching on? The Business traces the history of the cheap and cheerful Swiss watch which has now sold over 100 million.
9.30—1050pm. Rodeo legend Bruce Ford seen through the stylish lens of fashion photographer Arthur Elgort. Shot in black and white. this film documents a true American hero who gives the Marlboro Man a run for his money.
I Chappaqulddlck (BBCl)
; l().2()——l 1. 10pm. A bridge. a senator. a car
smash. a huge political scandal; that much we know. On the 25th anniversary of the incident. lnside Story reopens the ﬁles. and presents new evidence about the
; alleged cover-up by Edward Kennedy and
his closest aides.
I The Contenders (BBCl ) 7—7.30pm. . Tour de France hero Chris Boardman
swaps bikes with his arch-rival Graeme
: Obree to see whether it‘s the legs or the
funny-shaped cycle that has kept Obree ahead in their recent meetings.
I Roseanne (Channel 4) lO—lO.30pm. 'Altar Egos' sees a battle of wills when
1 Fred and Jackie can’t make up their mind
about whether to get hitched.
I Black Moon Rising (Scottish) l().3()pm—12.2()am. Tottnny Lee Jones plus plenty of action and special effects in this thriller abottt an FBI plan to steal cotnputcr tapes from a company it is investigating.
I Woodstock Diary (BBCZ)
l l.l5pm—12.15ant. A quarter of a century on front the seminal outdoor festival. and they're still talking about Woodstock. This film diary by D. A. Pennebaker. best know for his Dylan film [)on 'I Look Now. which is shown in three part over this weekend. captured the spirit of the ultimate hippy experience and features. among others. Arlo Guthrie. Joan Baez and Ravi Shankar.
I The Legend of Lylah Clare (Channel 4) 12.35—3am. Peter Finch and Kim Novak in Robert Aldrich's expose of the Hollywood movie machine.
3 I Shampoo (Scottish) l0.lOpm—l2.10am.
Warren Beatty at his bouffant-coiffed best.
playing a hairdresser and serial womaniser in this satire of the superficial
California of the 60s.
I The Best Intentions (Channel 4) lO.3()pm—12.05am. Channel 4's short Ingmar Bergman season focuses on his
semi-autobiographical works. It begins ; with the television premiere of Tlte Best
Intentions. a Cannes winner which is shown here in its full version in four parts. Directed by Billie August. the film follows the relationship of a poor theology
student and his spoiled and wealthy lover. Sunday's Children and Fanny and Alexander follow in August.
I Yevgeny Onyegln (Channel 4) 5.30pm. The second production broadcast from the recently rebuilt Glyndebourne is of. Tchaikovsky‘s masterpiece based on a Pushkin poem.
I The Vision Thing (Channel 4) 8—8.30pm. ‘Vision' is often regarded as the thing lacking among our leaders - Sheena McDonald goes in search of those rare people who have it. in this series of six one-to-one interviews.
I Bad Company (Channel 4) 9.15—10.55pm. The ‘Saddle Up!‘ season of westerns begins with Robert Benton's anti-hero version of life at the time of the Civil War. starring Jeff Bridges. Cat Ballott and The Cowboys to follow later in the season.
I World In Actlon (Scottish) 8.30—9pm. Granada‘s prestigious current affairs series returns to demonstrate that investigative documentary can equal good ratings.
I Frank Stubbs (Scottish) 9— 10pm. Titnothy Spall plays the ‘Mr Fixit‘ of promotions and public relations in this entertaining attempt to create a Daley-like wide-boy for the 90s.
I Floyd on Italy (BBCZ) 8.30—9pm. The Foodie One heads to Tuscany where he stays in a castle and cooks casserole of wild boar with peach sauce on a wood- burning stove.
I Medlcs (Scottish) 9—10pm. Lightweight drama from Henry Park Hospital with Tom Baker playing a different kind of doctor to the one that made him famous.
I Heretic (BBCZ) lO—lO.30pm. Continuing series about scientists who were first denounced but later recognised to have a point.
I Witness (Channel 4) 9—10pm. This documentary strand about personal belief begins a new series with a programme
j about a fatnily that spent eighteen years as
members of the religious cult ‘Children of God'. that uses sex to attract new recruits. I Beetleiuice (Scottish) 9—l 1.15pm. Tim
i ‘Batman‘ Burton's earlier film before the studios started writing him blank cheques.
it‘s a hilarious take on the haunted house theme with Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin as a couple of spooks who try to scare off the new occupants of their dream home.
2 THURSDAY 28
I Scotland’s Larder (Channel 4) 3.55—4.25pm. Campaigning cook Derek Cooper continues his culinary journey around Scotland looking at how Scottish produce is grown. sold and cooked. This week Cooper visits several Scottish farms that have diversified away from simply growing crops and raising animals to selling the end products.
I The Imaginativer Titled Punt and Dennis Show (BBCl) 8.30—9pm. The other half of the Mary White/rouse Experience. the ones that didn't play Wembley. collect pornography or read French philosophers (we‘ve only got their word for it). They may also be slightly funnier.
I Blue Black Permanent (Channel 4) 10.35pm—12.10am. The first feature by Orkney filmmaker Margaret Tait about a woman who has never come to terms with her mother's death. As she tries to explain her emotions to her boyfriend. the story of her life and unsuccessful marriage unfolds.
74 The List l5—28 July W94